Do not click here

Most of the sites use "click here for/to …" wording. That implies that:

  • The user is too stupid to see it is a link (alternatively the webmaster made it impossible to see it is a link)
  • The user has and uses a mouse
  • The document is not going to be printed (it will look stupid then)
  • The webmaster has no imagination
  • The webmaster does not care how the site will be indexed by search engines

See Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0.

Editing YAML with VI

Put the following in your .vimrc file and you are set:

au BufNewFile,BufRead *.yaml,*.yml set et ts=2 sw=2

When you will be editing YAML files, you’ll automatically have the following behaviour:

  • et – expand tabs – puts spaces whenever you use tabs
  • ts=2 – tab stop – 2 spaces per tab
  • sw=2 – shift width – 2 spaces to move with < and > commands